Professor J T Randall: 1947 tour to Switzerland, 1948 tour to Norway, lecturing on advances in British science since 1939 and the organisation of British science and industry.
Dr J R Rees: 1948 tour to Denmark and Sweden, lecturing on psychiatry.
Arthur Richmond: 1946 and 1947 tours to France, lecturing on land holdings and agricultural practice in England.
Professor Eric Rideal: proposed 1946 tour to Sweden.
Dr D P Riley: 1947 tour to France, lecturing on mineralogy.
Bailie Roberton: 1948 tour to New Zealand, Australia, Trinidad, British Guiana, Jamaica and Barbados, lecturing on women in public service, women police and the role of the female citizen.
Professor D H Robertson: 1948 tour to Italy, lecturing on economic reconstruction in Europe.
Professor Gilbert W Robinson: 1946 tour to Spain and Portugal, lecturing on soil science.
Joan Robinson: 1946 tour to France, lecturing on economics.
Sir Robert and Lady Robinson: 1945 tour to France lecturing on the chemistry of penicillin.
John Rothenstein: 1948 tour to Italy, lecturing on J W M Turner.
A L Rowse: 1948 tour to Denmark, lecturing on the Elizabethan age and the character of the English people.
Bertrand Russell: 1946 tour to Switzerland and 1948 tour to Norway, lecturing on philosophy; planned 1948 tour to Italy. Plane crash involving Russell at Trondheim airport, October 1948.
Sir John Russell: 1948 tour to Poland and Czechoslovakia, lecturing on agricultural experimentation.
Dr Leslie Russell: 1947 tour to Denmark and Sweden, lecturing on British musical education.
Victoria Sackville-West: 1948 tour to Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia, lecturing on English literature.
Sir Arthur Salter: proposed 1948 tour to Italy.
Paul Sandlands: 1946 tour of Italy, lecturing on English law and social change after the Second World War.
Humphrey Searle: 1948 tour to Belgium, lecturing on contemporary music and composition.
Professor Charles T Seltman: 1946 tour to France and 1948 tour to Holland, lecturing on classical Greek art and British art.
Thomas Sharp: proposed 1947 tour to Bulgaira, refusal of Bulgarian authorities to grant visa.
P G Shute: proposed 1947 and 1948 tours to Romania, refusal of Romanian authorites to grant visa.
Robert Sinclair: 1946 tour to Austria, lecturing on English literature and the English education system.
Dr Dunstan Skilbeck: proposed 1948 tour to Egypt and Iraq and Cyprus.
Professor H A Smith: 1946 tour to Greece and Turkey lecturing on international law.
Robert Speaight: 1946-1949 tours to France, Switzerland and Greece, lecturing on British theatre and literature.
Sir Harold Spencer-Jones: 1946 tour to Austria, lecturing on recent advances in the measurement of time, and measurement of the sun's distance.
Stephen Spender: 1946 tours to France, Czechoslovakia and Belgium; 1947 tour to Hungary, lecturing on English literature.
Freya Stark: proposed 1946 and 1947 tours to Greece.
Professor Walter Starkie: 1948 tour to Austria and Italy, lecturing on modern British drama, on British folklore and on gypsy music.
Professor Gordon Stephenson: 1948 tour to France lecturing on reconstruction in Britain.
F R Stevenson: 1946 tour to Denmark, lecturing on town planning.
Denys Sutton: 1947 tour to France lecturing on English painting.